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MR. W. MANNING, of :53, Belgrave Road, Ilford, writes :—" The Journal came to hand this morning, for which many thanks. I have looked through No. 6, and am greatly pleased with it. The articles are especially bright and readable, which is more than can be said for many articles
May 15, 1905 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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January 15, 1906 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
objective should be from the slide, this may be approximated according to the focus of the lens or objective employed,

objective should be from the slide, this may be approximated according to the focus of the lens or objective employed,

thus, if the objective be 8 inches focus, it should be adjusted to about eight inches from the slide; if ten inches, ten inches away, and so on according to the focus of the objective. On the lantern front itself, where the lens is screwed, will be found a draw tube which will f
June 15, 1906 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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High Class Latest Model Mechanism with one lens (any focus), with Rackmount, Standard Urban Oak Baseboard with swivel attachment, Standard Russian Iron Lantern with 4-in. Special •ndensor, two 12-inch ls, Film Take-up, op reel support and Slide Carrier, &c., &c. Co Reel to Price
February 15, 1906 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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" Royal " Shutter. THE THORNTON PICKARD MANUFACTURING COMPANY are putting on the market a new form of their celebrated roller blind shutters, called the "Royal." The new features are: all working parts are inside the shutter box, thus being entirely out of the way of the operato
March 15, 1905 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 

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Wellcome's "Tabloid" Pyro Developer for Lantern Slides. It is not generally appreciated by photographers that a beautiful golden brown tone may be obtained by the use of suitable pyrosoda developer on lantern plates. For this purpose the following special method of working is mo
March 15, 1905 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Catalogues and Books Received.

Catalogues and Books Received.

Wellcome's Photographic Exposure Record and Diary.—The monthly light tables are now transferred to a special section at the end of the book, and are so arranged that, as each month goes by, its light table is removed like the leaves of a calendar, and the light table for the fol
March 15, 1905 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Advertisements. Slides, Films & their Accessories. 2/6 per Insertion. gfiKINCOS" EDMUND H. WILKIE, for disposal at 5/- each. Specialist in

Advertisements. Slides, Films & their Accessories. 2/6 per Insertion. gfiKINCOS" EDMUND H. WILKIE, for disposal at 5/- each. Specialist in

Optical Projection, 'is for dev.loping and fixing Rolls ilms, 41 ins. wide, or Ciuemato- ILate Royal Polytechnic), *aking lengths about 2 ft. long \nil listed at 10/11 Address— 114, MAYG ROVE ROAD, 'esti' Street, Salisbury. WEST HAMPSTEAD, LONDON, N.W. THE lICROGRIPH CO., LTD.,
March 15, 1905 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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October 15, 1906 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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BROMIIEAD—GUEST.—On September 29th, at St. Margaret's Church, Westminster, by the Rev. W. W. Richards, Alfred Claude Bromhead, of 1, Garden Court, Temple, fourth son of S. S. Bromhead, to Olive, youngest daughter of Samuel Guest, of 128, l'ark Street, Grosvenor Square. As will b
October 15, 1906 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England